the Black Panther Party in a historic way by exploring 'The Black
Panthers: Making Sense of History' exhibition, at DuSable from now
until August 30, 2010.
Saturday, July 10
Movies Free with Museum Admission
Films include: 'Black Panther
Party Origins', 'The Murder of Fred Hampton', 'Fred Hampton in His Own
Words', & 'Legacy of Torture - The San Francisco 8'.
Thursday, July 22, 7 PM
'The Black Panther Party: Who Was the Original Rainbow
Coalition ?' movie screening & panel discussion
$10 General Admission/ $5 DuSable Members
Speakers: Jacobi Williams,
Ph.D - Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of
Lopez - Young Lord, Jose (Cha-Cha) Jimenez - founder
of the Young Lords, Michael
James, Rising Up Angry, and Akua Njeri -
Black Panther Party, Illinois Chapter.
A short film entitled, 'Rainbow
Coalition', will introduce the program.
Sunday, July 11, 2 PM
Movies with a Mission
presented by DuSable Museum & Sankofa Spirit
'New Muslim Cool'
Friday, July 16, 6 PM - 9 PM
Bronzeville Art District Trolley
Trolley is Free; Museum Admission $5
This trolley tour features galleries and art institutions
located in the Bronzeville area that focus on African American, African
and Caribbean art and artists -- Gallery Guichard, South Side Community
Art Center, Little Black Pearl, Blanc Gallery, Faie African Art
Gallery, and the DuSable Museum of African American History.
For additional information and/or to reserve a seat, call
(773) 791-7003 (773) 791-7003 or visit
African Independence Film Series
presented by The African Jubilee Film Festival
& DuSable Museum
'From a Whisper' & 'Kibera Kid'
Saturday, July 24, 8 PM
Movies in the Park
sponsored by: 20th Ward Alderman Willie Cochran
and in collaboration with the City of Chicago, Chicago Park District
& DuSable Museum
'Five On the Black Hand Side'
Free Admission & Popcorn
2010 CHILDREN'S PENNY CINEMA SERIES
Admission to the DuSable Museum Children's Penny Cinema series
is only ONE
PENNY per child and adults MUST BE
accompanied by a child to attend. The films, which are appropriate for
the entire family, are shown Wednesday's and Thursday's at 10:30 AM
during July and August..
"The Songhai Princess"
"The Golden Goose"
Ernest Green Story"
"Joshua's Masai Mask"
"Koi and The Kola Nuts"
America: A Picture of Freedom"
"Follow the Drinking Gourd"
"Happy To Be Nappy"
"I Lost My Tooth in Africa"
"The Tuskegee Airmen"
From additional information on programs/events, visit
dusablemuseum.org or call (773) 947-0600
SAVE THE DATE:
(Formerly known as the Arts & Crafts Festival)
A New look, A New Date & A New Focus...
Saturday and Sunday, August 28 - 29, 2010
Celebrating the 'African Presence in Mexico: From Yanga to the
Present' exhibit and Dance Africa
Become the 'U' in US
The next DuSable Museum Volunteer
Workshop will be conducted on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 10:00
AM. Click the following link to execute the volunteer form - Volunteer Application
The 2010 DuSable Museum Fall Docent Training Class will take
place on Saturday, September 18 thru Saturday, November 6, 2010
(eight weeks). The cost is $75 which covers course materials and
a one-year membership.
For more information on volunteering
or to register for the Docent Training class, please contact Kay
McCrimon at (773) 947-0600 (773) 947-0600
DuSable Museum - We Are
Living History !!!